Due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in our area, adoptions will be done by appointment until further notice. Adoption applications should be completed prior to the appointment and emailed to info@animalcarecouncil.org. Applications may also be completed at the appointment if needed. If you don't know what cat you would like, please leave "cat being requested" blank on the application. During the appointment, you will be able to meet the cats available. To book an appointment, please click on the button above.  For inquiries regarding adoption appointments, please email accadoptions@gmail.com. If you have issues booking an appointment, please call 607-786-7729 and leave a voicemail. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. 


Filling out an application does not guarantee you a kitty. You have to be approved in order to adopt from us. If you have questions about a cat, please email us: info@animalcarecouncil.org.


FaceBook @animalcarecouncil & Instagram @animalcarecouncilshelter are the best way to stay updated with what current kitties are up for adoption! Please keep in mind we do not post pictures of every cat. If you are looking for a specific type of kitty, please let us know. Each cat has had the following completed if they are old enough:


  • tested for FIV/FELV

  • at least their first distemper vaccination

  • rabies vaccination

  • been spayed or neutered 

Adoption fee is $85 for kittens ($50 goes toward the adoption and $35 goes towards getting the kitten fixed at our clinic or your vet) and $60 for adults. Under certain circumstances for unfixed cats, we may ask you to pay for the neuter or spay upfront (as well as the adoption fee). In that case, a male would be $110 & a female would be $140. If you have questions about a cats personality, feel free to message us on FaceBook or email us at info@animalcarecouncil.org.

Note: Please check the caption of the pictures below to see if a cat has already been adopted.

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